England vs Sweden: (Live Stream), !!How to Watch 2018 World Cup”

England vs Sweden

England will face Sweden in the quarter-finals of the World Cup 2018 in Russia after their penalty win over Colombia in Moscow. Harry Kane scored the first goal of the game before Yerry Mina headed in the 93rd minute to take the game to extra-time, with the prospect of penalties looming over England yet again. However, XX scored the winning spot kick to see the Three Lions win a shootout for the first time in the World Cup and the first time since beating Spain at Euro ’96 as England reached their first quarter-final since 2002 when they lost to Brazil in.

When is England vs Sweden?

The quarter-final clash will take place on Saturday, July 7.

It will kick-off at 3pm.

This fixture will be played at the Samara Arena.

But if you’re not near a TV on Saturday, fear not, as you can watch the match online. (Well, as long as you have a TV licence.)

How to watch England vs Sweden online

The BBC will screen England’s quarter-final against Sweden on BBC One this Saturday (July 7) with coverage kicking off from 2.30pm.

As well as being broadcast on BBC One, the match will be streamed live in HD on the corporation’s digital sports service, BBC Sport online – and available through desktops, tablets, mobiles, on connected TVs by pressing red and BBC iPlayer.

England vs Colombia World Cup 2018

There will be additional commentary and camera options, live text coverage with instant in-game video highlights, and audio commentary from Radio 5 live.

Fans will also be able to watch the match in Ultra HD and virtual reality, with all 33 matches broadcast by the BBC available for free on BBC Sport’s VR 2018 World Cup app and the 29 matches on BBC One available in Ultra HD.

Ultra HD TV can be accessed through a high-speed internet connection and will be available on a first come, first served basis, limited to “tens of thousands of people”.

England vs Sweden kick off time

All eyes will be on the Samara Arena as England take on Sweden on Saturday, July 7 at 3pm (UK time).

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Russia vs Croatia: “Live Stream“, TV channel, {World Cup 2018}

Russia vs Croatia

Russia vs Croatia | World Cup 2018, quarter-final | Fisht Stadium

Russia and Croatia meet on Saturday for a place in the World Cup semi-finals.

The hosts have been impressed all tournament, convincing wins over Saudi Arabia and Egypt was improved upon by a penalty shootout victory over Spain. Now the lowest-ranked nation at the finals are three wins from glory.

Croatia are aiming to match their best-ever showing at a finals when they made the semi-finals in 1994 in their first World Cup since gaining independence. Since then, it has been three group stage exits.

Start time

Russia and Croatia meet at Fisht Stadium in Sochi, with kick-off scheduled for 7pm BST.

TV, online and live stream coverage

The match will be televised live on BBC One, and can be streamed live online via BBC iPlayer.

You will be able to follow the match with Standard Sport’s dedicated LIVE blog

Betting tips via Betfair | UK users only | Odds subject to change

  • Russia to win 1-0: 8/1
  • Croatia to win 2-0: 17/2
  • Artem Dzuba to score first: 5/1
  • Ivan Perisic to score: 3/1

Click here to find the latest match odds and place a bet.

Head to head

The two nations have met three times previously, with Russia never victorious.

They met twice during qualification for Euro 2008, both games ended as a draw, while their most recent clash saw Croatia saw three times in the final half an hour to run out 3-1 wins in a 2015 friendly.

Team news

Russia have no suspended players but there are concerns over the fitness of left winger Yuri Zhirkov with a damaged tendon expected to rule him out of Saturday’s game.

Aleksandr Samedov trained alone as the squad were put through their paces on Tuesday. After a brief team discussion with coach Stanislav Cherchesov, the winger underwent fitness tests and worked through an individual training programme.

Brazil vs Belgium: [Quarter-Finals], Live stream, “TV channel”

Brazil vs Belgium

Brazil and Belgium meet on Friday evening as the World Cup stakes heighten further.

The Selecao overcame a stubborn Mexico to make their seventh last-eight spot on the trot, while the Red Devils came from two goals down to beat Japan with virtually the last kick of their last-16 clash.

This will be by a distance the biggest test either nation has faced in Russia thus far and a semi-final place in the prize.

Start time

Brazil take on Belgium at the Kazan Arena, with kick-off scheduled for 7pm BST.

TV, online and live stream coverage

The match will be televised live on BBC One. Viewers can stream the match online via the BBC iPlayer.

You will be able to follow the match with Standard Sport’s dedicated LIVE blog

Head to head

Brazil and Belgium have played each other four times, with Selacao winning three. They met most recently in the 2002 World Cup last-16 stage, which saw Rivaldo and Ronaldo earn a 2-0 win.

Team news

Brazil will be without Casemiro, who is suspended after picking up a second yellow of the tournament. Fernandinho is likely to come in.

Gabriel Jesus’s starting spot could be in doubt after another positive impact from substitute Roberto Firmino.

Belgium have no fresh injury concerns.

Predicted starting line-ups

Brazil XI: Alisson; Fagner, Thiago Silva, Miranda, Filipe Luis; Willian, Fernandinho, Paulinho, Coutinho; Neymar, Firmino

Belgium XI: Courtois; Alderweireld, Kompany, Vertonghen; Meunier, De Bruyne, Witsel, Carrasco; Mertens, Lukaku, Hazard

The game will be shown live on both ITV and BBC One.

Coverage will start at 6:30pm on both channels.

You can stream the match live on the ITV Hub and the BBC iPlayer.

Alternatively, you can follow the action as it happens on the SunSport live blog.

France vs Uruguay: !TV channel, live stream^^Coverage

France vs Uruguay

France and Uruguay lock horns at Nizhny Novgorod Stadium on Friday as the first of the 2018 World Cup quarter-finals gets under way.

Les Bleus come into the game having already overcome South American opposition in the last 16, defeating Lionel Messi’s Argentina in a seven-goal thriller.

Uruguay, meanwhile, booked their place in the last eight by beating a Portugal side headed up by Cristiano Ronaldo.

Things won’t get much easier for either side afterwards, with a semi-final match-up against either Brazil or Belgium awaiting the victor en route to the final.

France vs Uruguay Live Stream

Game Uruguay vs France Date Friday, July 6 Time 3pm BST / 10am ET Stream (US only) fubo TV (7-day free trial) TV Channel, Live Stream & How To Watch

In the United States (US), the game can be watched live and on-demand with fuboTV (7-day free trial).

New users can sign up for a free seven-day trial of the live sports streaming service, which can be accessed via iOS, Android, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Roku and Apple TV as well as on a web browser.

US TV channel Online stream FS1 / Telemundo fubo TV (7-day free trial)

In the United Kingdom (UK), the game can be watched live on TV on ITV or streamed live online using the ITV Player.

UK TV channel Online stream ITV ITV Player Squads & Team News Position Uruguay players Goalkeepers Muslera, Campana, M. Silva Defenders Godin, Gimenez, G. Silva, Varela, Caceres, Coates, Pereira Midfielders C. Sanchez, Bentancur, Vecino, Torreira, Nandez, Rodriguez, De Arrascaeta, Laxalt Forwards Suarez, Stuani, Gomez, Urretaviscaya, Cavani

Uruguay have concerns lingering over Edinson Cavani, who was their hero against Argentina, after the Paris Saint-Germain striker sustained a hamstring strain. The 31-year-old is in a race against time to prove his fitness for the game and could be replaced in the starting XI by Cristhian Stuani.

Luis Suarez also picked up a knock in the game against Argentina, but the Barcelona man is expected to be available.

Potential Uruguay XI: Muslera; Laxalt, Godin, Gimenez, Caceres; Bentancur, Torreira, Vecino, Nandez; Stuani, Suarez.

Position France players Goalkeepers Lloris, Mandana, Areola Defenders Pavard, Kimpembe, Varane, Umtiti, Rami, Sidibe, Hernandez, Mendy Midfielders Pogba, Lemar, Tolisso, Kante, Matuidi, Nzonzi Forwards Griezmann, Giroud, Fekir, Mbappe, Thauvin, Dembele

Didier Deschamps may opt to start with Olivier Giroud in attack in order to occupy Uruguay’s centre-backs, meaning Antoine Griezmann and Kylian Mbappe would line up either side of him in a 4-3-3.

Blaise Matuidi is suspended for the game, meaning Corentin Tolisso is likely to come into the midfield.

Potential France XI: Lloris; Pavard, Varane, Umtiti, Hernandez; Kante, Tolisso, Pogba; Griezmann, Mbappe, Giroud.

Betting & Match Odds

After making light work of Argentina, France are evens favourites to win according to dabblebet. Uruguay are rated 10/3 to win and a draw, which would see the game go to extra time, is an 11/5 bet.

Click here to see all of dabblebet’s offers for the game, including goalscoring markets, correct score predictions and more.

Match Preview

The battle at Nizhny Novgorod sees two former world champions go head to head, but the stature of the two teams stands in stark contrast, with France considered heavy favourites to progress.

Les Bleus topped Group C with relative ease, but Deschamps and his charges drew plenty of criticism in the process for the unconvincing nature of their performances. However, those critiques dissipated somewhat after their sensational Mbappe-inspired victory over Argentina in the last 16, which saw the Europeans take their level up a gear.

Daniel Sturridge in a blue shirtIn Uruguay, France come up against another South American opponent, but one that takes a markedly different approach to the game than the Argentines.

With the likes of Godin and Jose Gimenez at the back, Oscar Tabarez’s team is built on a solid defensive foundation – one that allows them to work off the counter-attack by quickly getting the ball forward to the likes of Suarez.

If they are to overcome the defiant Celeste, France will need to pick up where they left off in their last outing, otherwise, they could be in for a long, attritional game.

State of Origin 2018 – NSW v QLD Live Blog, Kick Off

State of Origin II NSW v QLD.

Game day live: Napa cleared for sell out, NSW Residents on fire

DYLAN Napa is a confirmed starter for the Maroons for a sell out clash with the Blues at ANZ Stadium. Welcome to Game day for State of Origin II. Follow the action live!

2018 State of Origin Dates

The dates for the 2018 State of Origin series have been confirmed. The series will kick-off in Melbourne on Wednesday the 6th June at the MCG. The second game will be in Sydney as part of the stand-a-lone representitive weekend on Sunday the 24th June at ANZ Stadium. While the third game will take place in Brisbane on Wednesday the 11th of July at Suncorp Stadium. To find out more about the 2019 State of Origin Click here.

2018 State of Origin Venues / Fixtures

Game 1: Wednesday 6th June 2018, Melbourne Cricket Ground, VIC, Australia, Kick-off 8.15pm

Game 2: Sunday 24th June 2018, ANZ Stadium Sydney, NSW, Australia, Kick-off 7.40pm

Game 3: Wednesday 11th July 2018, Suncorp Stadium Brisbane, QLD, Australia, Australia, Kick-off 8.15pm

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2018 State of Origin TV and radio broadcast times

Channel 9 will broadcast the game live around Australia.

Possible countries and broadcasters for 2018 include:

Africa: Live on Fox Sports Africa
Asia: Live on Setanta Sports
Canada: Live on Sportsnet World channel
France: Live on beIN Sports 1
Inflight / Cruiseships: Live on Sport 24
Middle East: Live on OSN Sports 1
Pacific Islands: Live on Fiji One
Papua New Guinea: Live on EMTV
United Kingdom: Live on Premier Sports
Greece: Live on Action24
Brazil: Live on SKY
United States: Live on Fox

The 2018 State of origin series will more than likely be covered by usual Australian radio broadcasters 2GB and ABC along with British based BBC Radio 5.

 2018 State of Origin Tickets

Tickets for the 2018 State of Origin are now on sale. The tickets are available via Ticketek Australia. See https://tickets.nrl.com/origin for more details.

2018 State of Origin Teams Game One

Queensland Team Game One

14. Michael MORGAN – North Queensland Cowboys
2. Valentine HOLMES – Cronulla Sharks
3. Greg INGLIS (c) – South Sydney Rabbitohs
4. Will CHAMBERS – Melbourne Storm
5. Dane GAGAI – South Sydney Rabbitohs
6. Cameron MUNSTER – Melbourne Storm
7. Ben HUNT – St George Illawarra Dragons
8. Dylan NAPA – Sydney Roosters
9. Andrew McCULLOUGH – Brisbane Broncos
10. Jarrod WALLACE – Gold Coast Titans
11. Gavin COOPER – North Queensland Cowboys
12. Felise KAUFUSI – Melbourne Storm
13. Josh McGUIRE – Brisbane Broncos
19. Anthony MILFORD – Brisbane Broncos
15. Josh PAPALII – Canberra Raiders
16. Coen HESS – North Queensland Cowboys
17. Jai ARROW – Gold Coast Titans

State of Origin 2018 game 2: NSW v QLD, start time, live Stream

State of Origin 2018

QUEENSLAND will be looking to level the series in State of Origin Game 2 in Sydney on Sunday, June 24. The match at ANZ Stadium will kick off at 7.40pm.

Ladbrokes has NSW as firm favourites at $1.14 to win the game and the 2018 series. Queensland are underdogs at $6.

Munster’s dream to captain QLD

Ponga won’t shy away from spotlight


QLD: 1 Billy Slater, 2 Valentine Holmes, 3 Greg Inglis (c), 4 Will Chambers, 5 Dane Gagai, 6 Cameron Munster, 7 Ben Hunt, 8 Dylan Napa, 9 Andrew McCullough, 10 Jarrod Wallace, 11 Gavin Cooper, 12 Felise Kaufusi, 13 Josh McGuire. Interchange: 14 Kalyn Ponga, 15 Josh Papalii, 16 Coen Hess, 17 Jai Arrow, 18 Tim Glasby

NSW: 1 James Tedesco, 2 Tom Trbojevic, 3 Latrell Mitchell, 4 James Roberts, 5 Josh Addo-Carr, 6 James Maloney, 7 Nathan Cleary, 8 David Klemmer, 9 Damien Cook, 10 Matt Prior, 11 Boyd Cordner (c), 12 Tyson Frizell, 13 Jack de Belin. Interchange: 14 Paul Vaughan, 15 Jake Trbojevic, 16 Angus Crichton, 17 Tyrone Peachey.